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Las Vegas Sheriff: “You Got To Assume He Had Help” As “Mystery Woman” Emerges

During a lengthy press conference update on the investigation into the Las Vegas massacre, Clark County Sheriff Lombardo expressed his belief that gunman Stephen Paddock had to have help at some point but sarcastically says "maybe he’s a super guy." Clearly showing the strains of being awake under serious stress for the last 72 hours, the sheriff explained...  “Look at this. You look at the weapon obtaining the different amounts of tannerite available, do you think this was...

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Mueller Takes Over “Trump Dossier” Probe After Intel Committee “Hits A Wall”

Now that the FBI and investigators from the Senate Intelligence Committee have given up on trying to verify the contents, Reuters is reporting that the infamous "Trump Dossier" hot potato has passed to Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team. According to Reuters, Mueller has taken over the FBI inquiry into the dossier after it was widely reported earlier this year that the FBI failed to verify its most salacious allegations, but still used it to justify launching an investigation into...

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Mandalay Bay Shooter’s Girlfriend Speaks: “I Loved Him”

After spending most of the day at the FBI’s Los Angeles field office, Marylou Danley, the 62-year-old longtime girlfriend of Mandalay Bay shooter Stephen Paddock, has released her first official statement since Paddock, a 64-year-old retired account and inveterate gambler, carried out the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history Sunday night. It’s unclear whether Danley has provided any useful information to authorities, who have reportedly been baffled by the utter lack of any clues...

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Vegas Shooter Filmed Himself During Slaughter, May Have Left A Note; Suicide Photo Emerges

Warning: Graphic Content Below Millionaire Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock set up a camera inside his hotel room to capture his deadly shooting rampage on film, as well as various other surveillance equipment in the hallway to alert him as cops closed in on him. According to ABC, the shooter had at least one lens set up to tape himself as he fired hundreds of rounds on thousands of unsuspecting concertgoers several hundred yards below his Mandalay Bay casino suite. Also, knowing that the...

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Global Stocks Hit Fresh Record High As Dollar Rally Fizzles

It's deja vu all over again. In a repeat of yesterday's session, where US equities and the dollar levitated in a one-way trade, Tuesday's muted session - where in addition to closed China and South Korean markets, Germany's Dax is also shut for holiday - has seen early dollar and European equity strength, while the S&P is set for new record highs amid higher E-minis and a VIX that is again lower after 5 consecutive days of declines. It is also another day for global records: world...

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Who Was Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock And What Was His Motive

While there are still relatively few details about the man responsible for the deadliest mass shooting in US history, or his motive to kill at least 50 people and injure over 400 people, here is what we know so far, courtesy of the Telegraph and other public data sources. The gunman behind this morning's Las Vegas shooting, is believed to be a grandfather who lived in a remote desert home in Mestique, Nevada, reports Telegraph's Leon Watson. Stephen Paddock, 64, was named by police as the...

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SEC Files First-Ever Civil Fraud Charges Against ICO Companies

That didn't take long. After issuing a ruling in July that officially declared that the tokens sold during initial coin offerings must be registered as securities - a ruling that many hoped would lend a badly needed veneer of legitimacy to the shady ICO market - the SEC is following through with what we imagine will be the first of many civil actions against ICOs and the individuals who launch them. The agency on Friday announced civil actions against two companies and their founder,...

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Marxist Professor Doubles-Down On “Trump Must Hang” Tweet

Authored by Kyle Perisic via CampusReform.org, A California State University, Fresno professor is defending his tweet stating that “Trump must hang,” which led to his suspension earlier this year. Lars Maischak spoke publicly about the incident for the first time in an interview with Politico published Sunday, saying he was merely describing a possible outcome, and was not endorsing violence against President Trump. Maischak tweeted, “To save American democracy, Trump must hang. The sooner...

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Chris Hedges On The Silencing Of Dissent

Authored by Chris Hedges via TruthDig.com, The ruling elites, who grasp that the reigning ideology of global corporate capitalism and imperial expansion no longer has moral or intellectual credibility, have mounted a campaign to shut down the platforms given to their critics. The attacks within this campaign include blacklisting, censorship and slandering dissidents as foreign agents for Russia and purveyors of “fake news.” No dominant class can long retain control when the credibility of...

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Congress Passed A Bill To Deport Suspected ‘Gang’ Members – There’s Just One Problem

Authored by Sarah Cronin via TheAntiMedia.org, Last week the House passed a bill to expand the government’s ability to deport immigrants on the basis of alleged gang affiliation.  Promoted by Republicans as a way to target members of gangs such as the transnational M13 gang, H.R. 3697, the “Criminal Alien Gang Member Removal Act,” amends the Immigration and Nationality Act by adding gang affiliation to the list of criminal offenses that qualify as grounds for detention and deportation. The...

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